Well, even Disney can't seem to figure that one out.Now, you have to tell me what exactly is DCA and what its true identity.
All that would take would be someone at the top saying, "No movies. This one's a park exclusive." Problem solved. Of course, that's unlikely to happen because of this presumption that DL cannot exist on its own as an independent entity, but only as a marketing vehicle for other Disney brands. It wasn't always this way.I do agree that Pixar could be the correct creative team to create an original attraction. However, again, why would it preclude the release of a movie? It is almost complementary. In fact, I think the idea might be so good that they had to first release the movie and then build the attraction, thus defeating your idea that the ride is original and non-movie based.